RSPB chief executive Mike Clarke will be one of the speakers at this year's GWCT members' conference in London.
The RSPB’s views on shooting and conservation will be aired and debated at the GWCT’s members’ conference at the Royal Geographical Society in London on October 29.
Heather buring and the hen harrier debate will also be on the agenda at the London conference, due to be attended by the GWCT’s renowned scientists and speakers including GWCT chief executive Teresa Dent, GWCT chairman Ian Coghill, Dr Andrew Hoodless, Dr Alastair Leake, Peter Thompson and Dr Adam Smith.
The GWCT annual members’ conference will run from 10am – 4pm.
Members and non-members alike are welcome to attend, with tickets starting from £40.
For more information visit gwct.org.uk/membersconference.